Waldkirch-Buchholz is conveniently located at the edge of the Elztal valley in the Black Forest, not far from Freiburg, Emmendingen and Waldkirch. It is easy to reach directly with the Breisgau S-Bahn train, which travels regularly between Freiburg, Waldkirch and Elzach. The A5 motorway is just a short distance away via the nearby B294 and B3, which ensures a swift and easy journey into the heart of the Rhine plain and neighbouring France and Switzerland.
The house itself is situated in a peaceful and idyllic location offering unspoilt views over the Black Forest. There is plenty of parking and lots of green space right outside our door.
There are several traditional family-run restaurants well within walking distance which offer a wide range of high-quality meals.
Towns, villages, churches and museums, lakes, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, zoos and animal parks, castles and ruins, educational trails, vineyard trails and hiking routes, crags and rivers, tourist attractions such as Europa-Park in Rust — all this and more is on our doorstep. Discover the landscapes around the Elztal and Simonswäldertal valleys and be blown away by cultural treasures and the beauty of nature. The Hirschenstube is the ideal starting point for a wide range of attractions and experiences in the region where Germany, France and Switzerland meet.